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that families are forever. jenna: adam housley joins us live from los angeles. what is the latest on the investigation here? >> reporter: we've heard from a couple of dave sourcers across the border, mexican contacts, the mexicans still say they have two suspects in custody. u.s. agents while they agree they've heard the same reports have not been able too make contact to see if the two suspects are connected to the shooting early yesterday morning. we know that the f.b.i. is involved, they are sending more agents down from the los angeles office. they have an area about a three or four square mile area all cordoned off as the investigation continues. this happened about five miles north of the border after a sensor went off. three agents responded as you mention heed, nicolas ivy was one. one of the other agents was not injured and a third agent was shot twice but the injuries are not life trepbgt. we've been told by investigators they believe at this hour this is part of the on going drug war that has spilled across our border. >> due to the time of day and the location that thi
have on the election? can they sway your vote? william la jeunesse live in los angeles with a look at that william? >> reporter: the president himself put it this way when oprah decides she likes you than other people like you too. voters pattern where they shop and wear celebrity endorsement lends credibility and validates the vote. others could care less. >> vote. >> vote. >> vote for barack obama. >> reporter: do they matter? we watched their movies ♪ , listen to their music. >> my personal style is easy. >> reporter: take their advice and buy their products but do celebrities influence voters? >> voters don't want to think that hollywood celebrities are telling them how to vote. they understand those people, their expertise is completely outside the political world. >> reporter: but that doesn't mean they're not valuable. >> people who do read a publication like "us weekly" probably aren't on political web sites but when they see pictures of these celebrities in these magazines endorsing the presidential candidates, they definitely are paying attention more. >> let's hear it
? adam housley is live at a station in los angeles with more. what does it look like there today, adam. >> reporter: it's a little bit more expensive than it was yesterday, it's 4.67 statewide. actually in los angeles it's 4.71. behind me we found a station where it's 5.09. was a bit higher about an hour ago then the station came out and knocked it down about 25-cents that would follow the theory that some places may be raising prices a bit higher to take advantage of the fact that there is a gas shortage in california. as you mention these high gas prices continuing to upset people across the state. the most expensive part of the state you might wonder is actually not los angeles or san diego, on average the most expensive gas in california is right smack-dab in the middle along the coast where the paso robles area is. this is $4.75 a gallon. the governor has allowed the winter standard to come online. we are told it may drop the prices down some, maybe 10 to 15-cents. we are roughly 87-cents higher than we arat this point last year. people aren't too happy in it especially in califor
rehabilitation clinic. william la jeunesse is following it all live from los angeles. william? >> reporter: gregg, you know many thought with that recent inspector general's report that the "fast and furious" story was buried for good. for a yeared at administration kept the most damaging information the fatalities in mexico, a secret. with univision's help we were able to something we knew, the serial numbers of guns to something we didn't a crime in mexico. to put a face on one of america's most embarrassing political scandals. a home covered in blood after gang members kill, 16, many teenagers at a birthday party in juarez mexico. many use in the massacre traced to "fast and furious". >> they are waiting for an answer. they want to know what happened and why they didn't stop these guns from leaving the united states and ending up in this, in these crimes. >> reporter: spanish language network univision and fox news obtained a list of 100,000 weapons recovered in mexico and compared of the serial numbers with the 2,000 guns sold in "fast and furious." nearly two dozen matched, connectings untol
! jenna: here is the natural average, $3.82. adam housley is live in los angeles. did you cycle too work today all things considered? what is going on there? >> that would be nice, we don't really have public transportation, so i continue take transportation to work. i drove from northern california to southern california yesterday. if you find gas under $4.96 you take it. it's tough to find. this 76 station in los angeles not far from the 405 freeway, the regular price is $4.99. down the street you'll find regular at $5.29. there are three reasons for it. one demand is up. two, a number of refineries have gone down, including a big oil refinery in the bay area back in august, and three, california's gas standards are higher, different and strict. you can't buy gas from surrounding states and bring it in. you have to do it here. that is the issue right now as prices continue to drive up. there isn't really going to be a lot of relief. jenna: no relief in the near future, the distant future? what are people doing, adam? when you see $5 a gallon you think that is enough to keep me off the
than two hours to put out the flames at this commercial building in los angeles. the fire apparently started outside the building, but then spread inside through the windows. a bunch of businesses used to be inside of this building, including a printing company, and a cleaning company. they'll all have to relocate now since this building was completely destroyed. luckily nobody hurt, the fire broke out around 10:00 last night, caused quite a traffic jam on the nearby 101 freeway, a lot of people stopping to take a look at the flames. the initial cause of this fire, what started it in the first place is still being investigated. back to you. jon: wow, amazing video. rick folbaum thank you. jenna: this young woman's disappointment in not getting into the college of her choice could become a landmark supreme court case on the issue of affirmative action. we are live on the steps of the supreme court just ahead. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can hel
your whole life. supporters are in support of a streamlined military. adam is in los angeles. reporter: the marines say that they still deploy bayonets. this is not about bayonets. what it does do is take this into the idea of the restoration and how this might affect our nation. a lot of people are worried about this. between the president and governor romney, it came up this week. governor romney has turned this into a radio ad. wasn't part of that. >> as president obama continues, his flippant remarks insult rummy. do they expose how president obama use the world and america's place in it? >> that radio suggesting that the president is in favor of sequestration. the president has said he is against that. it is not a good thing. we put the numbers together of what this means. right now, there is maybe 287. they asked for 313. basically, the number that has been settled upon us about 300. maybe cause that 2019 ships in service. sequestration could be 230. we have active ships at the end of the bush administration. more coming online at that point. at the end of the cold war, 529 ships
building in los angeles. the fire apparently started outside the buiing, but then spread insid through the windows. in ohi bus ud inntny aleg cpany. they'll all have to roce now since this building was completely destroyed. luckily nobody hurt, the fire broke out around 10:00 last night, caused quite a tffic m on the nearby 10reew, tfe sppgoa okhe f itialsehi f ttart ithe first place is still being investigated. back to you. jon: wow, amazing video. rick folbaum thank you. jenna: this young woman's disappointment in not getting into the college of her choice could becomeanarkmeurtss of fiat aio aivonte o t pre crt just ahead. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep healthy weight. ccallell's soups give you nutrition, energy, 'saz wsoan that's a good thing, buit d't r yt. onbo0%yo a good thing, pa malen the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. li alltandard
. william la jeunesse joins us live from los angeles. william, what are you learning about this shooting? >> reporter: well, gregg, as you said, you've got deputies and agents, state and federal helicopters, the manhunt underway just north of naco, arizona. maybe a thousand people, mostly ranchers. it's about 100 miles southeast of tucson. the shooting occurred near state route 80 which connects to interstate 10 going east and west. that is why this is one of the most active drug-smuggling corridors in the u.s. consider the topography. you go from very flat desert immediately to about 10,000 feet of elevation. it's steep, rugged, hard to access forcing the border patrol to go on foot and horseback. now, we are told early this morning around 2 in the morning local time one of the thousands of sensors laid down by the border patrol went off. three agents responded. one agent on horseback was shot and killed, another airlifted to a nearby hospital with two gunshot wounds. he'll be fine. and a third agent was not hit. now, no id or age on the agent who was killed. they are typically armed wi
. william la la jeunesse is live n los angeles. this effects your pocketbook, doesn't it, william? >> reporter: well, imagine -- jenna: sorry. [laughter] >> reporter: 52 cents of every dollar that you earn to government. that would be the combined federal and state income tax rate for the top taxpayers in california if the president's tax plan is approved along with a 30% tax increase proposal from governor jerry brown. >> ask the higher income earners to the today -- pay a little more to keep the economy strong. >> reporter: governor jerry brown says californians need to pay more. >> it's either massive cuts to the schools and colleges, or the most blessed and the most well off paying one or two or three percent more. >> reporter: if it sounds familiar -- >> i also want to ask the wealthiest households in america to pay slightly higher taxes. >> reporter: brown did take a page from the obama playbook. >> the plan ask the wealthiest to pay their fair share. >> reporter: their fair share means the top 1% will pay up to 13% of their salary in state income taxes, or roughly one-half
tough migraines. new bayer migraine formula. jenna: a massive pile-up on a los angeles freeway after nine big rigs are involved in a chain reaction crash. it happened in the middle of a tunnel bypass on interstate 5. the highway patrol says the rainy weather really is to blame here saying that by the looks of this, the crash could have actually been a lot worse which is hard to imagine, but you can see it for yourself. at least one trucker had to be pried out of his vehicle, taken to the hospital. however, he's expected to be okay. jon: right now new fallout from the fort hood massacre. almost three years ago army major nidal hasan allegedly opened fire at the texas military base killing 13 people and wounding nearly 30 others. today victims' families and survivors are expressing outrage over the government's refusal to classif+9is as a terrorist attack. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is live at the pentagon with more on that controversy. jener in? >> reporter: hi, jon. well, 160 family members and victims of the fort hood shooting have made a video in which they ch
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